CIS Publications


The following list contains published peer-reviewed articles and major reports related to CIS Working Group research from July 2012-April 2017.

1. Alessa, L., Kliskey, A., Gamble, J., Fidel, M., Beaujean, G. and Gosz, J. (2016). The role of Indigenous science and local knowledge in integrated observing systems: moving toward adaptive capacity indices and early warning systems. Sustainability Science, 11 (1), 91-102.

2. Cenek, M., & Dahl, S.K. (2016). Geometry of behavioral spaces: A computational approach to analysis and understanding of agent based models and agent behaviors. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 26(11), 113107. doi:10.1063/1.4965982

3. Cristóbal, J., Graham, P., Buchhorn, M., & Prakash, A. (2016). A new integrated high-latitude thermal laboratory for the characterization of land surface processes in Alaska’s arctic and boreal regions. Data, 1(2), 13.

4. Grunblatt, J., & Alessa, L. (2017). Role of perception in determining adaptive capacity: communities adapting to environmental change. Sustainability Science, 12(1), 3-13.

5. Jochum, K., Kliskey, A., Hundertmark, K. & Alessa, L. (2014). Integrating complexity in the management of human-wildlife encounters. Global Environmental Change, 26, 73-86.

6. Johnson, N., Alessa, L., Behe, C., Danielsen, F., Gearhead, S., Gofman, V., Kliskey, A., Krummel, E., Lynch, A., Mustonen, T., Pulsifer, P. & Svoboda, M. (2015). The contributions of community-based monitoring and traditional knowledge to Arctic observing networks: Reflections on the state of the field. Arctic, 68(5).

7. Kliskey, A., Alessa, L., Wandersee, S., Williams, P., Trammell, J., Powell, J., Grunblatt, J., & Wipfli, M. (2016). A science of integration: frameworks, processes, and products in a place-based, integrative study. Sustainability Science, 1-11.

8. McNabb, R.W., Womble, J.N., Prakash, A., Gens, R., & Haselwimmer, C. E. (2016). Quantification and analysis of Icebergs in a tidewater glacier fjord using an object-based approach. Plos One, 11(11), e0164444.

9. Pundsack, J., Bell, R., Broderson, D., Fox, G.C., Dozier, J., Helly, J., Li, W., Morin, P., Parsons, M., Roberts, A., Tweedie, C., & Yang, C. (2013). Report on Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for Polar Sciences. St. Paul, Minnesota. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Polar Geospatial Center.

10. Smith, A.M.S., Kolden, C.A., Paveglio, T.B., Cochrane, M.A., Bowman, D.M.J.S., Moritz, M.A., Kliskey, A.D., Alessa, L., Hudak, A.T., Hoffman, C.M., Lutz, J.A., Queen, L.P., Goetz, S.J., Higuera, P.E., Boschetti, L., Flannigan, M., Yedinak, K.M., Watts, A.C., Strand, E.K., van Wagtendonk, J.W., Anderson, J.W., Stocks, B.J. and Abatzoglou, J.T. (2016). The Science of Firescapes: Achieving Fire-Resilient Communities. Bioscience, 66 (2), 130-146.

11. Stevenson, K., Alessa, L. & Kliskey, A. (2014). Sustainable agriculture for Alaska and the circumpolar North: Part I. Development and status of northern agriculture and food security. Arctic, 67, 271-295.

12. Stevenson, K., Rader, H., Alessa, L., Kliskey, A., Pantoja, A., Clark, M. & Smeenk, J. (2014). Sustainable agriculture for Alaska and the circumpolar North: Part II. Environmental, geophysical, biological and socioeconomic challenges. Arctic, 67, 296-315.

13. Stevenson, K., Alessa, L., Kliskey, A., Rader, H., Pantoja, A., Clark, M. & Smeenk, J. (2014). Sustainable agriculture for Alaska and the circumpolar North: Part III. Meeting the challenges of high-latitude farming. Arctic, 67, 320-339.

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